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Thank You for visiting. Born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Hank Snow country, in 1948. Played with CB radio in my teens. (DAK MARK X S.S.B. RADIO TELEPHONE & CLR-2 antenna) I received my amateur radio license in 2007. I am a commercial diver, Master Diver Trainer and Professional Association of Diving Instructors member since 1979.

More dive info: http:// www.causewaydiver.ca

QTH: village of Auld's Cove in north-east Nova Scotia at the Canso Causeway approach to Cape Breton Island.

CQ zone 5 grid FN95 ITU zone 9

The setup here is very basic - ICOM 746PRO, ICOM SM-20 desk microphone. Antennas are Cushcraft A3S, Hustler 5 band trap vertical, 260 ft. Buxcom windom for 40m, 80m, &160m and Cushcraft ARX-2b for vhf.

73 & Good DXing

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